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FOX News
Feb 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
collection and systems and encounter the latest technological threats to our nation or a support officer or manager with the responsibility to ensure that the core missions of the agency collecting intelligence providing all sorts of analysis and when directed by the president, conducting covert action, are carried out with rick sit skill, speed, agility and pro if i havesy. i served as a chiefç officer oa privatei]ç sector company, whei learnedxsp7 about sound busines practices,2ey]e@ and for the par years, i've had the privilege to serve assthe:h;;ó$-)xvy presider on homeland security. &qre had the opportunity to work with some of the finest emericans i'venozfbr ever met m homelandñr security and law enforcement communities who have dedicated their lives toym the safety and security of their fellow americans. raises a very serious issue. given the gravity and importance of the subject, i look forward to further dialogue with members of the committee on it's findings if i am confirmed. until addition some of the and in this room. i have publicly acknowledged that the fight again
FOX News
Feb 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
often. they have to do what they do best, use technology and get the planes back up. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >> shepard: we'll continued to follow this can, our correspondents are spread across southern california, from big bear to los angeles and beyond. we're also covering the with storm, starting to ramp up near new york system it was snow, then hail, then snow showers then wintry mix, but new york has nothing on boston today. stand by for breaking weather. >> shepard: a fox weather alert. this could be the worst storm in new england on record. could paralyze parts of the northeast. some are predicting up to three feet of snow? boston, and if that happens it will crush all-time records. now closing in on new york city and boston, and they're warning everyone, but essential public workers to stay at home. in new york city they're saying by this hour. airlines have already cancelled some 4,000 flights through tomorrow afternoon. scores of cities have cancelled classes. the governors of massachusetts, connecticut, rhode island, have declared states of emergency in the weak of
FOX News
Feb 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
and technology analyst morgan wrait is with us. hi, morgan. >> hi, shep. >> shepard: if all you have to do is make up somebody and send in fake papers, i could have done this a long time ago. >> you and i wouldn't be having this conversation. >> when i talked to your producer, the first thing that jumped out at me. when i looked alt the countries, uae and the country of origin of many of the schts. the first thought jumped is where is this money going. it has a clear hallmark of financing terrorisms. that was one of my biggest concerns about this. >> shepard: we don't know to what extent that may or may not be truth. we know what seems like using very simple means, they were able to get to $200 million. that's not a good sign. >> no. what it is, it actually exposed a weakness in the big three credit unions about how easy it is to perpetrator, not only to create a fake identity but build up the legend around the identity, give them a huge great credit score and these folks run up the bill and they leave just like in a restaurant. run up the bill, get a lot of good stuff, and they leave with
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